Angela is the author of the books : Darkness Deep- Dark Poetry & Short Stories pub 2011 and Hauntings In My Head – A Collection of Ghostly Southern Poetry pub 2009, and available on CreateSpace and Amazon.com. She is also the author of Nightmares At Moccasin Bend , a short story published in Southern Haunts Book 1 Anthology-Spirits That Walk Among Us , published by Seventh Star Press 2012. and was recently accepted for publication of her short story entitled Sorry Charlie to be included in Southern Haunts Book 11 Anthology – Devils In The Darkness, soon to be published by Seventh Star Press and released in 2014.
Angela Lucius has written numerous short stories and poems ranging in genre from tragedy, lost love, hauntings. ghost stories and nature, to a few gore and insanity works for which she has recieved several awards including the Gore Fest Award, The Haunted Poet Award and The Spotlight Award from The Poet Sanctuary . She also enjoys writing true historical and paranormal related articles and has contributed to numerous history and paranormal blog sites. She has many years of paranormal and historical research experience as well as enjoys cemetery and historical preservation and research and is the author of Headboards of Stone a Graveyard Rabbit Cemetery Blog related to cemeteries and historical preservation in Mississippi. She is also a Volunteer Contributor of headstone photography for FindAGrave.com.
She is a former writer for The Darkpens Literature Review and The Paranormal Times News Blog as well as, The Research Room Blog, formerly hosted by the Mississippi Society of Paranormal Investigators. Angela has been a former guest speaker on two episodes of Spirited History Radio on the Para-X Network featuring her poems The Christmas Ghost , The Ghost of Sweetgrass Field and The Farmer. She has also been a guest speaker on Twisted South Magazine Radio Broadcast Edited by Zeke Loftin , and has been a former guest speaker at The Mid South Paranormal Convention in Louisville Ky, hosted by Keith Age.
Angela is a retired nurse of twenty years, a mother and a grandmother and resides in the great Magnolia State of Mississippi.